The Twilight Saga Breaking Dawn – Part 1

Finally, movie lovers can watch the Twilight Saga movies that have been long awaited. After passing his story so many challenges, finally achieved also wish Bella Swan (Kristen Stewart) and Edward Cullen (Robert Pattinson) to get married. Unfortunately this decision was a source of new problems is even threatening the safety of his own Bella.

After marriage, Bella and Edward went to Rio de Janeiro for their honeymoon. Not long after, Bella realizes there's something strange with her body. Bella pregnant. It is not reasonable. Bella growing fetus in the body very quickly. Edward's family was contacted and they advised Edward to immediately bring back Bella to Forks.

Bella turned out to contain a fetus that would later become a creature half-human half-vampire. The news will be the birth of 'eternal baby' makes many people uneasy. Quileute groups believe this baby had to die yet Jacob Black (Taylor Lautner) against the decision. tyidak problem ended up here because of the threat comes because of the Volturi who want the death of baby Bella, this led to a massive battle between Edward and skutunya Cullenter against the Volturi.

The audience will be always stunned to see every scene in this movie. Carefulness in each side sinematography always make loyal audience in their seats. To watch how he called this film, the better we watched together and completeness of follow-up movie.

The Three Musketeers

The Three Musketeers is a 2011 action-adventure film. A steampunk-influenced reinterpretation of the novel of the same title by Alexandre Dumas, the film  was released in Germany, Austria, France & Switzerland on September 1, 2011, and it is released in the U.S. on October 21, 2011.

The story begin in Venice, the Three Musketeers Athos (Matthew Macfadyen), Porthos (Ray Stevenson) and Aramis (Luke Evans), with the help of Athos' lover, Milady de Winter (Milla Jovovich), steal airship blueprints made by Leonardo Da Vinci. However, they are betrayed by Milady, who gives the blueprints to the Duke of Buckingham (Orlando Bloom). Upon returning to France, the Musketeers are forced to disband by Cardinal Richelieu (Christoph Waltz) for their failure.

One year later, the young D'Artagnan (Logan Lerman) leaves Gascony for Paris in hopes of becoming a Musketeer, like his father once was, only to learn that they no longer exist. D'Artagnan ends up challenging Captain Rochefort (Mads Mikkelsen), the leader of Richelieu's guard, to a duel after being offended by him, but Rochefort merely shoots him while he's distracted. In an attempt to get revenge, D'Artagnan offends Athos, Porthos and Aramis for petty reasons, and schedules duels with each of them, at the same day and at the same place, but in different times, not knowing who they are.

Before they can duel, however, D'Artagnan and the Musketeers are attacked by the guards for breaking the law by having a public duel. They fight the soldiers off, at which point D'Artagnan discovers their true identities, but end up being captured and brought before the young King Louis XIII (Freddie Fox) and his wife, Queen Anne (Juno Temple). Richelieu attempts to convince them to execute the four prisoners, but they are too impressed, and congratulate them instead, much to Richelieu's anger.

Later, Richelieu meets with Milady, who is actually working for him. He orders her to plant false love letters among Queen Anne's possessions and steal Queen Anne's diamond necklace and hide it in the Tower of London with the objective of framing Queen Anne of having an affair with the Duke of Buckingham, who is in France on behalf of the King of England, and who has built a fully armed airship using the designs stolen from the Musketeers. The affair would force King Louis to execute Queen Anne and declare war on England. At this point, the people would demand a more experienced leader for the country: Richelieu himself. Before leaving, Milady demands that Richelieu gives her an authorization declaring that she was working on behalf of France's best interests.

However, Queen Anne's lady-in-waiting Constance Bonacieux (Gabriella Wilde) discovers his plan and pleads with the Musketeers to stop Richelieu. They follow Milady and Buckingham to London, while Constance is kidnapped by Rochefort for helping the Musketeers to escape from him. Meanwhile, King Louis finds the false letters and is advised by Richelieu to set up a ball in which Queen Anne would be forced to wear the necklace. If she doesn't, then her affair is real, and there will be war.

In London, Milady warns Buckingham of the Musketeers arrival, claiming that they want revenge for being outsmarted by Buckingham one year prior. Buckingham captures D'Artagnan and prepares to interrogate him when D'Artagnan reveals that he was acting as a decoy to allow the Musketeers to steal Buckingham's airship. They rescue D'Artagnan and capture Milady, who gives them the authorization in an attempt to have her life spared. Upon realizing she failed, she jumps out of the airship into the English Channel.

The Musketeers recover the necklace and return to London, only to be attacked by Rochefort, piloting an airship secretly built by Richelieu, who was given copies of Da Vinci's blueprints by Milady. Rochefort feigns an attempt to exchange Constance for the necklace in order to capture D'Artagnan, but the Musketeers come to his rescue and the two ships crash in the Notre Dame Cathedral, where D'Artagnan fights and defeats Rochefort, rescuing Constance, who returns the necklace to Queen Anne.

The Musketeers arrive at the ball and, for the sake of King Louis' and his people, lie by saying that Rochefort was trying to sabotage an airship that Richelieu built for them, for the purpose of identifying a traitor. To convince King Louis, Athos presents Milady's authorization, which King Louis accepts. Richelieu, satisfied, offers the Musketeers a place in his army, but they refuse, which infuriates Richelieu, who swears revenge.

Meanwhile, at sea, Milady is rescued by Buckingham, who reveals that he intents to avenge her and destroy the Musketeers. It is revealed that Buckingham is advancing towards France with a massive fleet of airships and sea-faring ships.

The Killer Elite

Killer Elite is a 2011 action film starring Jason Statham, Clive Owen, Robert De Niro, Yvonne Strahovski, and Dominic Purcell. The film is based on the 1991 novel The Feather Men by Sir Ranulph Fiennes, and is directed by Gary McKendry.

The plot starting in 1980, hired hitmen, Danny Bryce (Jason Statham), Hunter (Robert DeNiro), Davies (Dominic Purcell) and Meier (Aden Young) travel to Mexico, where they ambush a convoy. In the process, Danny is forced to kill a man in front of his daughter. Affected by this outcome, Danny retires and moves to Australia.

One year later, in 1981, Danny receives a package with a picture of a captive Hunter and a plane ticket. Danny travels to Oman, where he meets The Agent (Adewale Akinnuoye-Agbaje), who tells him that Hunter accepted a $6-million job, but failed to accomplish it and has been captured. If Danny doesn't complete Hunter's mission, Hunter will be executed.

Danny is introduced to Sheik Amr, a dying man who wants Danny to kill three former SAS agents who murdered his sons during the Dhofar Rebellion. Danny must videotape their confessions and make their deaths look like accidents, and he must do it before the Sheik dies. If he fails, his son will kill Hunter.
Danny reunites Davies and Meier, who agree to help him in exchange for spliting the money between themselves. Their first target is Steven Harris (Lachy Hulme). While Danny and Meier infiltrate Harris's house in Oman, intenting on sabotating one of the tiles of his bathroom's floor, Davies interrogates local bar patrons about former SAS members. This is reported to the Featherman, a secret society of former operatives that protect their own. One of them, Spike Logan (Clive Owen), is sent to investigate.
While Davies distracts Harris's girlfriend, Danny and Meier break into his house, force him to confess, and Meier breaks his neck using a hammer with tiles similar to those of the bathroom floor, making it seem that Harris slipped and broke his neck on the floor.
The team then travels to London, where Davies discovers that the second target's name is Steven Craig, who is going through training at a local base. Danny infiltrates a hospital to steal drugs and comes across Logan, who recognized him from the pictures taken in Oman, and deduces that he is an associate of "The Welshmen", whom he believes is the mastermind behind Harris's murder. Danny and Logan fight, with Danny gaining the upper hand and escaping. Later on, Danny and Davies impersonate civilians having car problems, allowing Danny to drug Craig's coffee. Craig dies after confessing to Danny.
The last target is Simon McCann, currently a mercenary. With the help of a new member, Jake (Michael Dorman), Danny and his team sabotage an oil tanker truck. When McCann is on his way to a fake job interview staged by Danny, Meier and Jake override the truck and cause it to crash against McCann's car, killing him. However, Logan and his men were watching over McCann, and chase after Danny, Meier, and Jake as they rush to the docks to rescue Davies. There, Meier is accidentally killed by Jake in an attempt to kill one of Logan's men.
Davies finds a number on Logan's man's body and gives it to Danny before heading back into the hotel, where he is betrayed by one of the employees, who tells Logan where he is. Logan captures Davies and is transporting him back to the Feathermen's headquarters when Davies escapes and is accidentally ran over by a truck.
Danny steals Logan's man's radio and discovers about Davies' capture and death through it. He confronts Logan and orders him not to follow him. He then returns to Oman and gives the Sheik the last tape. Hunter is released, but Danny is only to receive the money after the Sheik watches the tape. Hunter returns to his family, while Danny heads back to Australia and reunites with his girlfriend, Anne (Yvonne Strahovski). There, he is informed by the contact that there is one last man that participated of the Sheik's sons' murders and needs to be executed, and that this man is about to release a book about his experiences as a member of the SAS.
Danny tells Anne to go to France while he carries out the job, and asks Hunter to protect her. He then confronts the Sheik's son, who confirms that Harris did not participate in the murders and that Danny killed an innocent man. Meanwhile, Logan traces Danny back to the contact and confronts him, sending a team to protect the author. They are distracted by Jake, who is used as a decoy while Danny infiltrates the building and seemingly kills the author. Logan finds and chases after him, eventually capturing him. While Danny is being hauled away, Logan discovers that Danny faked the author's death.
Danny is taken to an abandoned warehouse, where is tortured by Logan. They are interrupted by the arrival of an agent from MI6, who reveals that the British government manipulated them into exposing the Feathermen's headquarters so they can be eliminated, and confirms that they allowed Danny to kill the former SAS members because of the Sheik's valuable oil contracts, which will be given to them in exchange for them looking the other way. Danny escapes and a threeway battle ensues, with Logan killing the MI6 agent and allowing Danny to escape.
Meanwhile, in France, Hunter protects Anne from the Agent and his men, shooting the agent in the leg and warning him to stay away. After this, Danny and Hunter head to Oman to give the Sheik the pictures. However, Logan arrives first and confronts the Sheikh, giving him the pictures and telling him they're fake before stabbing him to death. The Sheik's son does not care for this and gives Logan the money intented for Danny and Hunter, who spot Logan leaving and chase after him while being pursued by the Sheik's men.
After taking down the Sheik's men, Danny and Hunter confront Logan. Hunter takes some of the money for his family and gives Logan the rest, claiming that he'll need it to start a new life away from the government, who wants him dead for killing the Sheik and the MI6 agent. Logan and Danny end their feud, and Logan leaves to somewhere unknown, while Hunter returns to his family in England, and Danny meets with Anne in France to start anew.
In 1991, the author, Sir Ranulph Fiennes, publishes his book, titled "The Feathermen", detailing his life as a SAS member and his activities in Oman, which are denied by the government. The fates of Danny Bryce and his associates remain unknown.


The project was announced in February 2010 with the news that Matt Damon and Jude Law were cast in Contagion in their first collaboration since The Talented Mr. Ripley in 1999.Kate Winslet and Marion Cotillard joined the cast later in the month. Soderbergh received cooperation from the Centers for Disease Control and Prevention and also worked with a group of scientific advisers for the film. With a production budget of $60 million, filming began on September 25, 2010 and was initially scheduled to last until January 11, 2011. Filming locations included Atlanta, Chicago, Minneapolis, Dubai, Japan, Switzerland, the United Kingdom, Brazil, Russia, and Malaysia.In Hong Kong, filming took place at the Hong Kong International Airport. By February of 2011, Contagion was being filmed in San Francisco at the Bill Graham Civic Auditorium and other locations.

Contagion is a 2011 American horror/thriller film centered on the threat posed by a deadly disease and an international team of doctors contracted by the CDC to deal with the outbreak. The film is directed by Steven Soderbergh, and stars Marion Cotillard, Matt Damon, Laurence Fishburne, Jude Law, Gwyneth Paltrow, and Kate Winslet. The film is scheduled to be released on September 9, 2011.

Contagion follows the rapid progress of a lethal airborne virus that kills within days. As the fast-moving epidemic grows, the worldwide medical community races to find a cure and control the panic that spreads faster than the virus itself. As the virus spreads around the world, ordinary people struggle to survive in a society coming apart.

The Fast and The Furious 5

As in the previous sequel, the movie Fast 5 will also feature a return by the action, starring Vin Diesel. Of course this will miss the fans treat the sense of the film with scenes of this exciting and thrilling. Vin Diesel as the figure has become a spirit which must always exist in this film. Thus, in some previous sequels have seemed the tasteless when he non-active in it. In fact, according to some observers, it is very disappointing as a whole does not include Diesel in this movie. Like when on 2 Fast 2 Furious, then on The Fast and The Furious: Tokyo Drift, which negates all the old players and use the new players. But all that disappointment will end when the release of the film with the theme of cars and action scenes is the fifth.

Fast Five tells the story of Brian O'Connor (Paul Walker) and his girlfriend who is also brother Dom, Mia (Jordana Brewster) is located in Rio de Janiero, Brazil, to meet with their old friend, Vince (Matt Schulze). There also they finally met again with Dominic Toretto (Vin Diesel) who recently escaped and fugitive status. The three of them finally agreed to the new tasks provided by Vince, namely helping the mafia no.1 in Brazil, Hernan Reyes (Joaquim de Almeida). But there is something odd in the mission, until finally Dom decided to do the mission 'suicide' which if successful could change all their lives. To realize this mission can not be just the three of them, they gathered old friends for help and later the results obtained will be shared equally. Of course the amount they were after a very very big, but it's also coupled with enormous consequences as well. Moreover, Dom and his friends are looking for the FBI, who sent their best man, Luke Hobbs (Dwayne Johnson).

Fast Five is present as a pure entertainment movie, do not have to think while watching, just enjoy the flow of action scenes there. A lot of the dialogue that makes the audience laugh, it also increased the value of a plus. There may be some people, especially men of automotive enthusiasts were disappointed that the Fast Five times this does not present a super cool cars as before. But for people who are not too mempermasalah, the Fast Five is really a satisfying spectacle especially when watched in widescreen.